Blackfoot Fishing Report – 10/2

 

 

The flow on the Blackfoot this morning is on the rise from the rains. Streamer fishing could be a great option for today. The rest of the week looks good. It’s definitely fall fishing up here these days and that means doing some prospecting on days when you’re not seeing consistently rising fish. Some days it’s as simple as a #12 or 14 royal Wulff and the next it’s the size 8 yellow stimulator. If you’ve cycled through a lot of patterns and still not getting it done on the surface, tandem p-tail nymph rigs have been good right off the bottom. The best of the dryfly fishing is still running from about 10:30 until 3:30

 

HATCHES: hecubas, hoppers,mahogany duns, nocturnal stones, october caddis, BWOs, etc.

PATTERNS: Parachute adams, elk hair caddis, morris hopper, Copper Johns, Psycho Prince, Red or pink San Jaun worms in tandem with size 12 or 14 squirrel tail nymphs. Sculpzilla streamers, JJ’s specials, Prince nymphs, girdle bugs.

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